I was booed, hissed, and heckled while Ashcroft and Gonzales were regularly applauded.
As he walked from the set, Murdoch made straight for me and hissed: “You have just made an important new enemy.”
The House of Shock cast member, better known as Momma Jen, hissed.
Next door, a strip mall popped and hissed as unknown accelerants aided in its fiery destruction.
Despite admonitions from the chair, the audience frequently laughed, hissed and cheered the proceedings.
He called, groaned, hissed that name, while his to-and-fro ranging quickened to a trot.
"Kape quiet, ye divil," hissed O'Donnell, grasping her by the arm.
When his "Sigismonde" had been hissed at Venice, he sent his mother a fiasco (bottle).
The water foamed and hissed, and seemed about to pour over the wall.
You shall burn in the fire from the 197 clouds, she hissed, pointing to the spokesman.
to express contempt (Job 27:23). The destruction of the temple is thus spoken of (1 Kings 9:8). Zechariah (10:8) speaks of the Lord gathering the house of Judah as it were with a hiss: "I will hiss for them." This expression may be "derived from the noise made to attract bees in hiving, or from the sound naturally made to attract a person's attention."